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Cannabis is being used as a "medical treatment" in some circumstances, while others smoke it for recreational purposes the same way some people "like a glass of wine in the evening", meaning it is time the drug was decriminalised.
Two new drug & alcohol prevention and treatment support services for the midlands were officially launched by Minister of State for Communities and the National Drugs Strategy, Catherine Byrne, in the Shamrock Lodge Hotel, Athlone on Friday.
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Discarded syringes and hypodermic needles is a problem around certain areas of Galway and City Hall must “immediately tackle” any reports of such discarded items.
TWENTY YEARS to the day after its premiere, Enda Walsh’s iconic play Disco Pigs arrived at the Town Hall this week in a new production jointly staged by Reading Rep and Nick Thompson Productions from London. The show was helmed by Cathal Cleary, who was formerly based in Galway, and is now making his way successfully as an up and coming director in London.
BEAT ON the street! Bop ‘till you drop! Sing ‘till you’re hoarse to the ripest musical fromage imaginable! It can only be, what is now referred to as, the "world famous" Silent Disco Street Party, and it is back this Sunday from 8pm.
BEAT ON the street! Bop ‘till you drop! Sing ‘til you’re hoarse to the ripest musical fromage imaginable! It can only be the Silent Disco Street Party on Monday August 1 from 8pm.
PLUTONIC DUST, fast becoming a household name for their abstract and trippy, underground techno, and punk/funk disco, play the main stage of Monroe’s Live on Thursday July 7 at 10pm.
Retired GP and former GAA president, Dr Mick Loftus from Crossmolina, has added his voice to those opposed to a new drinks industry funded alcohol awareness campaign.
The introduction of minimum pricing for alcohol will contribute to reducing the “huge” human and economic cost of alcohol related harm, it was claimed this week.